Donate Stuff

We gladly accept your gently-used donations at our Ashland, Central Point, Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford-Southgate, Roseburg, and White City locations.  We also have a donation site at 2077 Lars Way in west Medford.

Donation lanes at stores will typically follow store hours: 10 AM to 7 PM daily.

The Lars Way donation center will be open daily from 9 AM to 4:30 PM.  This location is ideal for larger loads (trucks, trailers, etc.).

During times of extreme weather (i.e. heat) or poor air quality (during fire season) donation lanes may be closed.  Please check our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.

View all Donation Locations.

Donation procedures will follow OSHA-recommended guidelines for increased safety:

  • Donors are asked to box or bag loose items before coming to Goodwill donation sites.
  • Donors must stay in cars until Goodwill staff directs them to the donation area.
  • Donations will be unloaded and placed into designated bins.
  • Donation receipts are now paperless! Follow our easy online process to get receipts emailed directly to your inbox.

Download a Paperless Receipt

Our donation receipts are now paperless only. This is your chance to record what you gave us and keep that record for tax purposes. Please check with your tax professional about your donations to Goodwill and the value of those contributions. If you itemize deductions on your federal tax return, you are entitled to claim a charitable deduction for your Goodwill donations. Read about IRS Guidelines.

Get a Tax Break

Because Goodwill is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, your donation is a gift that helps others and can give you a tax break.

Donation Guidelines

When you donate, you support our Mission and your community. We welcome gently used clothing, shoes, furniture, household items, and even vehicles. We also welcome financial donations.

Donating Tips

For your safety, please remain in your car until a donation attendant can assist you.

IRS acceptable receipts can now be emailed using our new paperless receipt option.

Donations lanes are available at all SOGI stores, and we have an additional drive-thru donation site at 2077 Lars Way in Medford. Hours at stores are 10 AM to 7 PM daily. The Lars Way location is open 9 AM to 4:30 PM daily.

During times of extreme weather (i.e. heat) or poor air quality (during fire season) donation lanes may be closed. Please check our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.

Our Mission to enable employment and provide opportunities for personal and professional growth starts with generous donations from the community. However, there are limits to what we can accept (the list below is to be used only as a guideline).

Items We Can Accept
  • Clothing, shoes, and boots
  • Housewares: dishes, glassware, kitchen utensils, lamps, and small appliances (microwaves, toaster ovens, etc.)
  • Jewelry
  • Hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves
  • Books and media (CDs, DVDs, vinyl records, etc.)
  • Games, toys, and sports equipment (no skis)
  • Collectibles, antiques, and knick knacks
  • Hand tools and small power tools
  • Linens, curtains, blankets, etc.
  • Electronics: newer flat-screen TVs, stereos, radios, VCRs, DVD players, etc. in working condition
  • Furniture: dressers, tables, sofas (not sofa beds), bed frames, (except waterbed frames), etc.
  • Some exercise equipment

To help you determine your donations fair market value, refer to the Donation Valuation Guide (PDF) that offers average prices in our stores for items in good condition.

Items We Cannot Accept
  • No wet or dirty clothing
  • No soiled or broken furniture
  • No household chemical products such as pesticides, paint, paint thinner, drain cleaner, oven cleaner, aerosols, etc.
  • No automotive hazardous waste such as tires, lead-acid batteries, additives, gasoline, oils, antifreeze, etc.
  • No large appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, stoves/ovens, washers/dryers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, furnaces, trash compactors, water heaters, large console stereos, oil-filled space heaters, etc.
  • No computers (towers/CPU, monitor, mouse, keyboard, printer, etc.)
  • No food items
  • No mattresses/box springs, including waterbed mattresses/frames, couches with hideaway beds, daybeds, futons or hospital beds
  • No carpet or carpet padding (area rugs are fine)
  • No plumbing fixtures or building materials
  • No traditional recyclables such as glass, newsprint, office paper, cardboard, plastics, magazines, junk mail
  • No cribs, car seats, walkers or other products that do not meet the current safety standards of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, including recalled items
  • No medical equipment
  • No pianos or organs
  • No fire extinguishers
  • No metal desks
  • No skis of any kind


Unfortunately, we are no longer to accept e-waste in any form.

We do not accept desktop or laptop computers, keyboards, computer mice, printers and scanners, projection TVs, older tube TVs (black plastic housing, curved screens), and console TVs (built into wooden cabinets), CRT computer monitors, and cable/satellite boxes.

IRS Guidelines

Federal law permits Goodwill® donors to claim tax deductions for many financial contributions and for donated clothing and household items in good, used condition or better.

If you’re unsure whether your item qualifies for a tax deduction, then consider this: if you would give it to a relative or friend, then the item is most likely in good condition and is appropriate to donate.

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service requires donors to value their items when filing their tax returns. To help guide you, we have compiled commonly donated items. Our valuation guide assumes the donated items are in good condition. Please note that these are estimated values.

Download our Donation Valuation Guide (PDF)

At Goodwill Industries, we want people to give as much thought to where they donate their clothes as they would to where they donate their money. Donors should give to charities they know and trust and that will make the most of their donations. Goodwill channels 84 percent of our revenues into job training programs that benefit hundreds of thousands of people each year.